Mountain Collective Pass Details

We’ve broken down everything you’ll get with the Mountain Collective Pass so you don’t have to read the fine print yourself.
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The Mountain Collective in a Nutshell: 

With access to 17 resorts around the world, the Mountain Collective Pass is ideal for the adventure-seeker on a budget who doesn't want to commit to the Epic or the Ikon Pass.

Jackson Hole Top 10 Snow

The steeps and the corduroy of Jackson Hole await Mountain Collective members.

Resort Access (2 Days):

United States

Canada

Lake Louise Ski Area kicked off the season running the Glacier Express Quad and the Sunny T-Bar

Japan

  • Niseko United

Southern Hemisphere

  • Valle Nevado, Chile (new for 2019/20 season)
  • Mt. Buller, Australia (new for 2019/20 season)
  • Coronet Peak - The Remarkables, New Zealand
  • Thredbo Alpine Village, Australia

Mountain Collective Price Information

  • Adult: $499
  • Kids (12 and under): $99

Restrictions

  • No blackout dates
  • Limited to two days at each Mountain Collective resort

Extra Perks:

  • Two extra days at Chamonix Mont-Blanc, France
    • Only valid in the Brevent-Flegere area, the Grands Montets area (except for the top), and the Balme - Le Tour - Vallorcine area
  • A bonus third day at a destination of the passholder’s choice (excluding Chamonix)
  • 50% off any additional day past the first two at any resort (excluding Chamonix)
  • A complimentary 1-year Protect Our Winters membership
  • Lodging deals at Alta, Aspen Snowmass, Banff Sunshine, Big Ski Resort, Chamonix Mont-Blanc, Coronet Peak and The Remarkables, Jackson Hole, Lake Louise, Mammoth Mountain, Niseko United, Revelstoke, Snowbird, Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, Sugarbush, Taos, Thredbo, and Valle Nevado. 
    • Make sure to check availability, as some of these resorts apply blackout dates to lodging. 

For more information, visit the Mountain Collective webpage.

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